I'm just home from vacation in Savannah. I've visited a few times now and each visit the charms of this alluring city draw me in deeper. I love my hometown too, but can't deny that Savannah calls to me. This visit included my first time at the Savannah Theatre. My heart is still a bit aflutter at having been the very lucky girl to be pulled out of her seat and crooned to by the King of Rock. Even if I hadn't been that night's fortunate chosen one, this troupe's spectacular performance just by itself easily earns the five star review. What makes them truly extraordinary, beyond their sensational talent, is not only who they are on stage, but also behind the scenes. They encouraged us, their audience, to join in, endeared themselves to us by addressing us directly as a group, and taking the time to talk to us individually at intermission and after the show. It's important to them that we love it as much as they do. Their passion not only to treat us to a fantastic show, but also to keep alive this historical treasure is infectious. And if that weren't more than enough, their heartwarming support of our current and veteran service men and women will have you head over heels. I hope to visit Savannah often, and can guarantee that each time I'm there at least one night will be spent with the folks at the Savannah Theatre.